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Portrait of Muck Sticky

Muck Sticky


About Muck Sticky

Memphis, TN

Is your life full of stress and depression? Are you looking for something that will help? Well look no further because Muck Sticky is what you have been searching for. From the banks of the mighty Mississippi River comes this colorful character that embodies the definition of charisma. Quirky vocals, thought provoking lyrics, and a strangely fascinating blend of partying and inspiration, are the peanut butter and jelly of Muck Sticky

Complete with an entourage of crazy characters, the Sticky Tribe includes the leader Muck Sticky, his mother Momma Sticky, his sister Cookie, plus his two friends Wood and Furley Wally

Says Muck Sticky of his music, “It takes you to a time when the party is starting. Everyone is beginning to arrive, the atmosphere is filled with laughter and excitement, and folks are ready to shed the stress of the work week and have fun. It’s time to let loose and feel good!

After seven years of manufacturing fun with strong grass-roots support, Sticky continues to break new ground using his innovative style of comedy-rappin’, bluegrass-hip-hoppin’, tickle-your-noggin’, feel-good music. Muck is said to be a splendid mix of Beck, Cheech and Chong, South Park’s Mr. Hanky, Weird Al Yankovic, and a non-violent Eminem, creating a genre of his own. “I have a purpose! My purpose is to help you see the fun side of life and encourage you to find your purpose” he says. “You can choose to be anything you want to be. So we say you should be yourself!

In a world filled with violence, Muck Sticky advocates that you can be cool without hurting anyone. In setting a new standard for pop culture music, he encourages young people to become a more positive, enlightened, generation without preaching to them. It’s OK to be yourself, he says, to have fun and do crazy things and not wake up feeling guilty the next morning. Shed the guilt society throws at you and get on with your life mission, he says, even if it is simply promoting happy times. That’s one reason people say, "It’s not a band. It’s a revolution!"

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